Fragomen publishes immigration benchmarking report

7th October 2016

Fragomen's 'Helping business prepare for Brexit' survey report has been published.

To view the report, click here The report features helpful recommendations and tips on what businesses can do to plan for the eventual changes in immigration policy. The report has been produced to assist multinational companies, SMEs, and corporate mobility and HR teams to fully understand the consequences of Brexit on immigration, and what other companies are doing to prepare for eventual changes in immigration policy. About the survey Fragomen gathered 140 responses from businesses of all sizes, from start-ups to large multinationals. Responses also came from a variety of industries, providing a useful benchmarking foundation from which readers may explore what similar companies are doing to prepare their workforces for Brexit. Accessing the report Read the report on Fragomen's dedicated Brexit website at This site also contains useful blogs, videos and commentary to help you stay up-to-date on the immigration implications of Brexit.

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